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Now that electronic devices can be used throughout flight, maybe travelers will read magazines and newspapers on airplanes less frequently, but I guess I’m old school in this way. Then again, many airlines outside the US still provided free newspapers to their customers, so I’m sure I’m not alone.
There are many different types of subscriptions available. Besides the business oriented publications listed above, various other types are available from travel magazines such as AFAR, several golf magazines, women’s magazines such as Us Weekly, Vogue and Brides, as well as Wine Spectator and Cigar Aficionado among others.
Taking surveys online can be annoying, but these have to be some of the easiest I’ve ever seen. RewardSurvey has a new survey each week or so, and they take at most 2 minutes. For each survey completed, $20 in credit is earned, which can be applied to subscriptions. Each subscription costs a little as a dollar an issue in this currency, but it varies depending on the publication.
I don’t get any sort of kickback for recommending this company. I’m just happy to extend some subscriptions I already have and get some new ones for minimal time and no money. I think my AFAR subscription is now for 5 or more years into the future. I also started getting The Economist after completing a few weeks of surveys. Go to RewardsSurvey.com to sign up. I guess existing users can get some credit for recommending this to new people, so if you are interested, comment here or email me at brad(at)upgrd.com and I’ll send you an invitation and you can do the same for your friends/family.
I also found another similar website to get subscriptions for minimal work, RewardsGold. Earning credit here isn’t as easy, but they do offer various promotions on occasion. Do check them out for even more publication options.